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ZombieOutbreak

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Hi,
I have an almost impossible time finding clothing to fit me without it looking too large or baggy on me
My chest size is around 32 - 34 and I am about 5'6, 125 pounds
I was hoping someone here could help me find a website to order some decent button up, possibly plaid shirts for a decent price (don't want to spend like 80 - 90 a shirt) any help would be great, thanks!
 

OlSarge

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http://www.napoleonstailor.com/ And the BB So Coast Plaza caters to a large Asian population so they have lots of smaller sizes. If they're in the store, they must be online. Time to call a real person and raise hell with the automated call system.
 

wannabe

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People may not endorse it around here, but Express carries "fitted" and "extra-fitted" shirts now. I know they carry plaid shirts, and many can be found on eBay NWT for about $30 a piece.

H&M XS is also a good bet, but is harder to find (also, the XS shirts are typically the more expensive ones ($20+), and who wants to spend money at H&M...).

There are also BB Extra-Slim Fit shirts, but I have not had any experience with those. They are a bit on the pricier side though.
 

NotoriousMarquis

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There are also BB Extra-Slim Fit shirts, but I have not had any experience with those. They are a bit on the pricier side though.

Im 5'6" and 120 pounds, I wear a 34 jacket. BB XSF is too wide in the shoulders and baggy in the body. I was amazed that 14.5 in Extra Slim Fit was too big, but it was. and its the smallest they make
 

iroh

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go MTM with ModernTailor, they make good shirts
 
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Nikias

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Try Uniqlo. They do small sizes and loads of plaid shirts in all different colours as well.
 

OlSarge

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A friend of mine who is quite small is delighted with the shirt he got from MyTailor.com.
 

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